Category: Drug and Alcohol Recovery

Helping Your Loved One Through Addiction
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Helping Your Loved One Through Addiction

June 21, 2018June 22, 2018

This weeks post is from our guest contributor Bethany Hatton.  PreventAddiction.info Helping Your Loved One Through Addiction It’s difficult watching a loved one suffering from addiction. While you want to reach out and help them, you must make sure that you are reaching them in the right way. It’s also critical to take care of yourself...

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Alternative Recovery Methods to Overcome Addiction
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Alternative Recovery Methods to Overcome Addiction

June 11, 2018June 11, 2018

  Our guest author this month is Kimberly Hayes. Kim is writing a book about Alternative Addiction Treatments. We welcome her contribution this month.    By many estimates, the rehab industry in the United States right now pulls in annual profits of about $35 billion. So it may come as no surprise that there are...

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Lofexidine  (Lucemyra) a “new” drug for opiate withdrawal?
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Lofexidine (Lucemyra) a “new” drug for opiate withdrawal?

May 29, 2018June 4, 2018

Lucemyra Brings Nothing New to the Treatment of Opiate Detoxification You will soon hear about an “amazing” new drug called Lucemyra (Lofexidine). It was just approved (fast tracked even) to treat patients with opioid withdrawal. Wow! This is just what we need, an amazing breakthrough drug that will allow tens of thousands of patients to...

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John Oliver on Rehab. Nailed it!
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John Oliver on Rehab. Nailed it!

May 25, 2018May 26, 2018

  The Rehab Industry Needs Rehab This past week John Oliver took an in-depth look at the rehab industry. As a former Medical Director for a residential program, I appreciated his critical analysis of the industry. Like all businesses, there are both good and bad players. But when your business model thrives on your customers...

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SUBLOCADE: A Very, Very Extended Release Version of Buprenorphine
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SUBLOCADE: A Very, Very Extended Release Version of Buprenorphine

April 28, 2018April 29, 2018

SUBLOCADE: A Very, Very Extended Release Version  of Buprenorphine         “After steady-state has been achieved (4-6 months), patients discontinuing SUBLOCADE may have detectable plasma levels of buprenorphine for twelve months or longer. “   The new kid on the block is SUBCLOCADE. If you haven’t heard about this, it’s basically an extended...

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Promote Wellness, Not Addiction Treatment
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Promote Wellness, Not Addiction Treatment

March 22, 2018March 23, 2018

Focus on Wellness, not Substance Abuse Treatment When I originally started my addiction practice, I named my company The Addiction Medicine Group. This seemed like a logical title for a dedicated group of professionals treating substance abuse and at the time it was. The practice was limited to substance abuse treatment. We offered detox, support, and...

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NAD+ Therapy is the Premier Solution for Opiate and Alcohol Detox
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NAD+ Therapy is the Premier Solution for Opiate and Alcohol Detox

March 8, 2018March 12, 2018

NOW IS THE TIME TO STOP USING OPIATES In case you haven’t heard by now there’s a program called NAD+ Therapy. It just happens to be the most comfortable and effective solution for people wanting to stop their opiate use. It doesn’t matter if it’s Heroin, Norco, Percocet, Dilaudid, Suboxone, or Methadone. NAD+ infusions drastically...

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Cerveau by Sanus Biotech is Great Stuff
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Cerveau by Sanus Biotech is Great Stuff

March 6, 2018March 12, 2018

Why I Love Cerveau   I love Cerveau because it makes me wired. Really wired. Sometimes too much. Not like too much coffee, but like too much happiness. I like to be even. Ask my friends. They’ll all tell you I’m even; to a fault. So I’ve found when I take Cerveau I get a...

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